As we previously reported, EURid (the .eu registry) announced that as of 29 March 2019, organisations that are established in the UK but not in the EU and natural persons who reside in the UK will no longer be eligible to register or renew .eu domains. Registrants of .eu domains must have a physical location within a member state of the EU. The European Commission released a notice which highlighted the following key points:
Lexsynergy has established a local presence within the EU which our clients will be able to utilise for .EU registrations at no additional charge. Lexsynergy will be in touch with clients affected by the change in eligibility criteria so that they can be updated to comply with such changes.